An imputed cost determined by applying a cost-of-money rate to facilities capital employed in contract performance, or to an investment in tangible and intangible assets while they are being constructed, fabricated or developed for the contractor's own use. Although technically not a recovery of interest, cost of money is intended to compensate a contractor for the capital cost of employing certain facilities in the performance of contracts, and therefore has many of the characteristics of a reimbursement for interest. A cost of money provision is allowable only if the contractor's capital investment is accounted for in accordance with the relevant Cost Accounting Standards and is specifically identified or proposed in the contractor's cost proposal for a given contract.
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